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Hi! My father in law has given us his old caravan to get it restored since he is too old to be touring around. I currently live in the UK, and I wanted to register this caravan to my name in the UK with CRiS. I sent all my documents and info, the pictures of the chasis number and my insurance policy to CRiS a few weeks ago, and when they reply, they said their 3rd party says according to my chasis number, my caravan is a Hobby Caravan from late 1990. .. I was extremely confused. My caravan is a Moncayo Versalles 275N from around 1970s, the axle cannot be replaced
Hi! I've registered to this forum because I'm going to he full time touring because of work, and I wanted to prepare well before starting. Also I'm having a bit of a headache getting a VIN for my 1977 Spanish manufactured caravan. ... It's been on my family for more than 15 years, and I thought there would be no problem getting it to the UK and registering with CRiS. I was wrong. Well, I'll post a topic on this because I haven't found any info around. Cheers!
Afternoon everyone. After a brief moment of window shopping on eBay, I found something rather interesting: An action for a "Freedom Microlite" caravan: http://www. ebay. co. u. ..=item1e675425b4 And another auction for a "Geniune Freedom Microlite" caravan: http://www. ebay. co. u. ..=item2568aa0001 Now the first one is indeed a cheapy import from Poland. You can tell as the body is 'backwards' compared to the British model, which also have the door on the nearside. Clearly Freedom are a little bit ticked off about the whole affair, as their advert makes some pretty bold claims: